For Halloween 2016, the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride promises completely revamped horror experience, based around the theme The Secret Society of Samhain. In a new twist on the familiar ride, guests will be judged to be among either The Elite or the Deranged – and sent down separate paths, depending on the designation, thus creating two different journeys through blighted landscape and twisted terrain. As if that were not enough, guests (now declared “Society Members) will be forced to leave the “safety” of the Haunted Hayride, to confront the demented denizens of Griffith Park’s Old Zoo face-to-face, on foot.
Returning attractions include the interactive Trick-or-Treat walkthrough and the Dark Maze, rebranded “Ouija: Origin of Evil,” to tie in with the upcoming Universal Pictures release. Also back is the carnivalesque Purgatory “haunted village,” loaded with food and entertainment, such as Theatre Macabre. the Scary-Go-Round, and Jack’s Carving Shack.
This year’s L.A. Haunted Hayride will be open on weekends and some weekdays through October: 1-2, 7-9, 14-16, 21-23, 26-31.
Hours are 7pm-midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, 7-10:30pm on Sundays and weeknights.
Tickets start at $32 for the Hayride only, $44 for General Admission (including access to all attractions, $60 for VIPS front-of-the line privileges. There are Super Saver discounts available online for specific nights only.
Get more info at the official website: losangeleshauntedhayride.com
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